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  • FEC Record: Regulations

Comments sought on proposed reporting requirements for equal value list swaps

September 5, 2019

On August 28, 2019, the Commission published a notification of availability in the Federal Register at 84 Fed. Reg. 45116 that seeks public comment on a petition for rulemaking filed by the Campaign Legal Center.

The petition asks the Commission to amend 11 CFR 200.2(b) to clarify that a political committee’s receipt or disbursement of a membership list or other valuable list must be reported, even when the list was received or disbursed as part of a purported equal value list swap.

Public comments on the petition are due by October 28, 2019. Commenters are encouraged to submit comments electronically (reference REG 2019-03) via the Commission’s website.


  • Author 
    • Don Michael
    • Communications Specialist